SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda, Oct. 19 (UPI) -- Keegan Bradley managed only an even-par 71 Wednesday but it was good enough to hold off Charl Schwartzel for the PGA Grand Slam of Golf title.
Bradley, this year's PGA Champion, completed the two-day event at 4-under 138, one stroke better than Masters winner Schwartzel at the Port Royal Golf Course in Bermuda.
Schwartzel birdied five in a row starting at the par-four No. 5 to pull even with Bradley at 2-under par and the two battled down the stretch. On the 18th, Schwartzel missed a 30-foot birdie try, leaving Bradley with a 5-foot par save for the victory.
McIlroy, who shared the first-round lead with Bradley, ballooned to a 4-over 75 Wednesday, ending in third place at even-par 142. Clarke carded a 3-over 74 to end at plus-9.
Bradley took home $600,000 for the win, Schwartzel pocketed $300,000, McIlroy was paid $250,000 and Clarke left with $200,000.